Eliza Rose Links With mura masa On UKG Bubbler ‘Better Love’

"I wanted to explore both my vulnerability and modern feminine power..."

Eliza Rose has shared her new single ‘Better Love’.

The club queen shot to the top of the charts with last year’s emphatic ‘Baddest Of Them All’, arguably the summer’s defining single. A collaborator with Interplanetary Criminal, her natural grace shone through on a stellar link-up.

Starting the year with a flurry of live shows, Eliza Rose has now shared her brand new single, the follow-up to last year’s crossover event.

Out now, ‘Better Love’ finds the singer colliding with super-producer mura masa, one of UK music’s broadest creative figures. Dipping into garage from a different angle, ‘Better Love’ looks at femininity and working class identity through the lens of club culture.

Eliza Rose comments…

I wanted to create something a little bit different from ‘B.O.T.A.’ Garage was one of my first introductions into electronic music so it was really important to me to have it represented in my repertoire. I speak a lot about my British working class background, and with garage being a British genre I wanted to simultaneously shine a light of these different parts of me, using idioms and sayings like “in for a penny, out for a pound”.

I love English Literature and storytelling, and I know everyone can relate to stories of love and heartbreak so I wanted to explore both my vulnerability and modern feminine power. Ladies we can not be taken for an eediat! 

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Phoebe Cowley

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